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Is OSM2Go any good for just using as an offline map, when one doesn't have any plans to update OSM?
 

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Originally Posted by Xagoln View Post
Is OSM2Go any good for just using as an offline map, when one doesn't have any plans to update OSM?
For offline maps, you need software that do cache of tiles. Try cloudgps, mappero, modrana or advanced geocaching tool
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I'm biased, but I suggest advanced geocaching tool (AGTL). It handles offline maps and can be used without any means relating geocaching.
 

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Has the updated version from the developer regatta made it to any repos?
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I downloaded and installed the latest release 0.9.7 deb from https://github.com/osm2go/osm2go
Would be nice to have it in maemo repos
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Originally Posted by gianko View Post
I downloaded and installed the latest release 0.9.7 deb from https://github.com/osm2go/osm2go
Would be nice to have it in maemo repos
I think it is not so easy to upload to the repos due to an old cmake.
Version 3.8 is needed and autobuilder has 2.6.3.
So first would be to update cmake and maybe this is not enough could be that you also need a newer gcc don't know.
 

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